Do you feel pressured to accept clients’ contracts? Are your clients asking to be indemnified against various types of liability? To help ASA members and their attorneys deal with these and other issues, ASA has developed suggested contract language that spells out the staffing firm’s and the client’s responsibilities.
The model contract for general staffing can be offered in lieu of the client’s standard contract form. It is based on the principle that each party is responsible for the risks associated with its own business, and that each party has a duty to indemnify the other only for those risks.
Sample formats for rate schedules, employee confidentiality agreements, and more are also available at americanstaffing.net. The model contract for general staffing provides suggested language but is not intended as legal advice.
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